The railroads of the United States, in spending approximately three hundred million dollars a year for locomotive fuel, are spending one quarter to one third of it "to kindle, prepare, clean, and maintain fires on grates when locomotives are standing still, drifting, or otherwise not actually at work.
The students of Christian Science are learning that whatever is needed in the way of literature for the benefit of themselves and the cause is always supplied in due season.
Few Scripture sayings are more frequently quoted than that of James: "Pure religion and undefiled before God and the Father is this, To visit the fatherless and widows in their afflication, and to keep.
"Truth is affirmative, and confers harmony," Mrs.
Two seasons in the religious life of the world, Christmas and Easter, should bring to us as Christian Scientists a greater appreciation of the privileges we enjoy.
In the closing chapter of his wonderful gospel Luke has presented with a historian's genius and a scholar's skill an incident rich in color and hidden meaning.